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  1. Panic Podcast - Episode 6: The Story of Playdate

    Find out how an offhand idea to mark the 15th anniversary of a software company launched a decade-long saga of twists, turns, and mini-boss battles that led to the creation of a handheld gaming console as surprising and unique as its creators. Pre-order day is finally here, but it’s dangerous to go alone. Take this adorable yellow box, and let’s get crankin’… on the story of Playdate.

    —Huffduffed by nguyen

  2. CRE077 TUWAT.TXT | CRE: Technik, Kultur, Gesellschaft

    Die Geschichte des TUWAT-Treffens von Technik-Aktivisten 1981 in Berlin, das zur Gründung des CCC führte

    Wolf Gevert, Klaus Schleisiek und Jochen Büttner planten 1981 gemeinsam mit dem 2001 verstorbenen Wau Holland das Treffen "TUWAT.TXT" in den Räumen der tageszeitung in Berlin, das als wegbereitend für die Gründung des Chaos Computer Clubs gilt. Im Gespräch mit Tim Pritlove berichtet die Runde, was sie zu dem Treffen motiviert hat und reüssierte verschiedenste Aspekte ihrer privaten und der allgemeinen Geschichte.

    Ein Schwerpunkt des Gesprächs liegt auf den prägenden Momenten der Zeitgeschichte (und der 70er Jahre im besonderen), die für die Entscheidung, "etwas zu tun", verantwortlich waren: Demonstrationen gegen Atomkraftwerke, Notstandsgesetze, die 68er, die RAF, die eingeschränkte Möglichkeit, eine Gegenöffentlichkeit zu schaffen und die Vision von 1984. Ein weiterer Schwerpunkt liegt auf der Technik der Zeit und der damit verbundenen Realität der elektronischen Kommunikation und dem Versuch, der Politik den Computer näherzubringen.

    https://cre.fm/cre077-tuwat-txt

    —Huffduffed by luckyluke0706

  3. What is Mimetic Theory? (My Conversation with Two René Girard Scholars: Luke Burgis & Johnathan Bi)

    This is the most in depth conversation I’ve ever had about Rene Girard and his Mimetic Theory. Luke Burgis and Johnathan Bi take us on a journey through Mimetic Desire, Christian Wisdom, Phenomenological theories, Buddhist philosophy, and more.

    Both Bergis and Bi had their lives transformed by Rene Girard’s observations. But they became frustrated with his prescriptions. They started asking: “But what should we actually do about Mimetic Theory?”

    They each wrote a book to answer that question. Luke Burgis wrote one called Wanting and Johnathan Bi wrote one called Completing Girard. I hope you enjoy this interview, and get the chance to read both of their exceptional book projects.

    LEARN MORE ABOUT WRITING: Beginner Writing Email Course (7 days): http://dperell.com/writing-course Advanced Writing Email Course (50 days): https://dperell.com/50-days

    MY WRITING: Monday Musings: http://dperell.com/monday-musings Friday Finds: http://dperell.com/friday-finds Collected Friday Finds Links: http://dperell.com/friday-finds-best Online Writing Email Course: http://dperell.com/writing-course Essays: http://dperell.com/essays Twitter: http://dperell.com/david-perell-twitter

    MY PODCASTS: North Star Interview Podcast: https://www.perell.com/podcast Write of Passage Podcast: https://www.perell.com/wr

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    —Huffduffed by jeremy